Malawi, the warm heart of Africa, is celebrated for its friendly people, breathtaking scenery, diverse tourist attractions and exceptional accommodation. Experience this small landlocked country as a gentle introduction to the continent if you are first time travelers.
COMBINED LANDSCAPES AND ACTIVITIES
Make time to see the most popular attraction-the magnificent Lake Malawi. This shard of crystal water stretches some 500km along Malawi’s eastern border, separating it from the wild and mountainous coastlines of Mozambique and Tanzania.
Malawi is not just for water babies and sun worshipers though – there is plenty here to keep you active in a surprisingly varied landscape.If you wish to experience the superlative combination of Lake, Landscape, Wildlife and Culture then this beautiful country is the perfect holiday destination for you.
Are you seeking a mountain retreat? Then make a stop at Zomba Plateau, Malawi’s oldest forest reserve for spectacular views.
Overlooking Liwonde and the Shire River Valley, discover untouched waterfalls, trout dams and walking trails intertwined with pine and indigenous montane forests.
Are you on a cultural quest? Then take a pilgrimage to magical Mua Mission. Find this spiritual retreat in the foothills of the Dedza Highlands.
Explore the majestic mahogany plantation nearby, planted by the first missionaries for continued wood supplies for the woodcarvers. Pop into the KuNgoni Art and Craft Centre dating back to the 1970s.
MZUZU FOR REST
If you have time to kill spend a night in Mzuzu, the so-called ‘capital’ of the Northern Region. Find luxurious accommodation in this eccentric provincial town located about 370km north of Lilongwe, 200km from Nyika National Park.
Rest up before continuing on your Malawian adventure holiday.